Tucson Audubon cares for wild birds and inspires others to do the same! We study and protect, speak out, and create sustainable habitat for birds, while connecting people with them.
Finding Birds in Southeast Arizona, Revised 8th Edition, 2015
Tucson Audubon’s updated edition brings together all the latest information on finding birds in southeast Arizona. This is your best source of detailed information that will help in planning bird watching adventures throughout southeast Arizona. New for the Revised Eighth Edition:
- New birding sites across Southeast Arizona
- New maps and updated older maps
- Updated contact information and web addresses
- Updated information on existing site locations
- Updated information on entering Mexico
- Updated IBA (Important Bird Areas) information, including sites
- Updated bar graphs and species accounts for all species
HANDS-ON BIRD CONSERVATION!
Arizona Important Bird Areas Program
The Arizona Important Bird Areas (IBA) Program at Tucson Audubon is a field-oriented, community-engaged, science-based program benefiting Arizona’s bird populations of greatest conservation concern.
Habitat at Home
Backyard Habitat Recognition Program
Habitat at Home is a Tucson Audubon program to recognize those that create sustainable, safe bird habitat in their yards. The cornerstone of this program is native plants.
Tucson Bird Count
The Tucson Bird Count is a citizen-science driven effort that has documented how native birds use the habitat within and surrounding Tucson for over a decade. Volunteers always needed. Help make our communities more useful to native birds and start counting Tucson’s birds today!
Conservation Action AlertVillages at Vigneto
The Villages at Vigneto ("Vigneto") is a large, Tuscany-inspired development proposed by El Dorado Benson, LLC ("El Dorado") on over 12,000 acres of private land located south of Benson, AZ, pop. 5,100. Vigneto will include 27,760 new homes, commercial developments, golf courses, parks, vineyards, lakes, orchards, resorts, and an extensive road and utility network and is intended to attract up to 70,000 new residents.
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